As we stand on the brink of a new era in development, today we launch the 2014 DATA Report: Fighting Poverty and Financing Africa’s Future. It analyses whether governments – both in donor and African countries – are meeting their development spending promises and sets out a number of key changes they should make.
Today is Gandhi’s birthday. To celebrate, we’re testing YOUR knowledge of inspiring quotes. Can you tell which ones were said by Gandhi? Scroll through the quiz and see if you can get 100%. Some of these are tricky, so watch out! View Survey What was your score? Tell us in a comment below!...
My father was born in Sierra Leone and my parents married there, so I've always felt a connection to that country, but never as strongly as in recent weeks as the Ebola virus has stormed through Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, ravaging communities and taking innocent lives.
It’s an important job, but a dangerous one. Journalists and aid groups are capturing the story of the Ebola crisis in West Africa for the rest of the world to witness. It’s these stories and images that shock us. Touch us. Move us to take action.
This year, Europeans elected a new European Parliament. Now, the candidates to the new European Commission have also been announced. Here is why at ONE we think it is crucial to ask them to help keep the EU on the right track to end extreme poverty by 2030.
Actor Idris Elba told world leaders to take urgent action on Ebola from the Mashable Social Good Summit in New York City this week. His message is a part of a short crowdsourced film being sent to world leaders at the UN General Assembly. Watch his video!
Last week, ONE released an interactive platform showing Members of European Parliament (MEPs) in two categories: MEPs who have signed the ONE VOTE 2014 pledge and MEPs who haven't (yet!) Have a go now, it's really simple!
This weekend Finance Ministers from the world’s largest economies met in Australia to agree steps to increase economic growth and address the challenges of the global economy. Thousands of ONE members sent tweets and messages in the past few days, asking them to use the meeting to take decisive steps to end the scandal tha......
My mom is terrified of the Ebola virus and is constantly on the edge. She's easily irritated, and it’s all just stressing her out. I'm really just tired and want this whole thing to be over. It's really set our country ten steps behind. I'm afraid but I can’t let fear get the best of me.
So far, an incredible 15,000 of you have sent tweets or messages to G20 Finance Ministers, asking them to stop the Trillion Dollar Scandal. We wanted to make sure they really got the message by personally handing over some of your tweets. Here are some of our favourite hand-in pictures!
When it comes to exposing global corruption, investigative journalists have an important role to play. That's why ONE staff were thrilled to sit down with Ken Silverstein, an investigative reporter who uncovers global corruption and secret deals, at ONE's Washington D.C. office last week.
Over the last few weeks, global efforts to combat the Ebola outbreak in parts of West Africa have been growing. The World Health Organisation (WHO) now has a strategy to fight the disease, while donors have started contributing money and resources. But it’s not enough.